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Honey bees do not always sting. Sometimes they can be friends

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An eco-apiary that focuses on the free breeding of bees was created not far from the village of Hrabušice in the Spišská Nová Ves district. Its aim is to observe the life of bees and focus on the stability of the honey bee ecosystem. 

Known as Bee Paradise, the project is financed by the Košice Self-Governing Region and its Terra Incognita grant scheme. 

The project was launched by enthusiasts from Hrabušice who want to introduce the life of bees to tourists visiting Slovak Paradise National Park (Slovenský raj).

They do not plan to breed bees for honey production. Instead, this ecosystem should replicate a bee's natural habitat. The wild honey bees will have several beehives in tree stumps to choose from.

In addition, the project provides space for so-called solitary bees.

The project's author, Marcel Slivka, explained that listening to the bees buzzing, sleeping on the beehives, and inhaling the air coming from the hives has healing powers for people suffering from allergies and people with high blood pressure. He believes that bees heal plenty of other diseases. 

FIND MORE INFORMATION IN THE ARTICLE SPECTATOR.SME.SK »»

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    A new eco-apiary allows visitors to see the life of bees from up close. (spectator.sme.sk)

    An eco-apiary that focuses on the free breeding of bees was created not far from the village of Hrabušice in the Spišská Nová Ves district. Its aim is to observe the life of bees and focus on the stability of the honey bee ecosystem. 

    Known as Bee Paradise, the project is financed by the Košice Self-Governing Region and its Terra Incognita grant scheme. 

    The project was launched by enthusiasts from Hrabušice who want to introduce the life of bees to tourists visiting Slovak Paradise National Park (Slovenský raj).

    They do not plan to breed bees for honey production. Instead, this ecosystem should replicate a bee's natural habitat. The wild honey bees will have several beehives in tree stumps to choose from.

    In addition, the project provides space for so-called solitary bees.

    The project's author, Marcel Slivka, explained that listening to the bees buzzing, sleeping on the beehives, and inhaling the air coming from the hives has healing powers for people suffering from allergies and people with high blood pressure. He believes that bees heal plenty of other diseases. 

    FIND MORE INFORMATION IN THE ARTICLE SPECTATOR.SME.SK »»


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